JUNGHUN YANG was born in Daegu, South Korea and lived all over the world including Korea, Vancouver, Saint John, Branson, Bakersfield and New York City.
He started his entertainment career by focusing on his passion for music and dance. He created a dance crew team “Liberty Force Crew” which operated in New York City, California and Korea. He also created and hosted a dance competition “Korea Poppin Classics09” in 2009. After that, he worked as marketing executive for Nova Philharmonic Orchestra in New York City and also managed artists for a Christian organization, New York Worship.
He worked as a production assistant and floor manager at various concerts such as Lena Park, Sikyung Sung Concert and Jaebum Lim Concert. Also he was judge and staff member in NYC for Super Star K Season 4.
When Junghun was a student at the New York Film Academy’s (NYFA) 1 Year Producing Program. While at NYFA, he has produced the short films 'Just A Moment', 'Unexpected Call', 'Die Like Heroes', 'Untitled Romance Novel', ‘I Love You” and ‘Catharsis’ and also produced a sizzle reel for a reality TV show 'Chances'. Also he worked on with artists Don Guerrazzi, Kel Spencer and Germain Cano on producing their music videos and produced his thesis feature project ‘Full of the Devil’ written by Hollywood producer, Ron Tippe.
After he went back to his country Korea, He worked in music industry. He was a production assistant on Dal-shabet’s ‘Have, Don’t have’ music video and K-Will’s concert intro video. Also he was an assistant director for the Starship Planet’s ‘White Love’, which was the collaboration single album from Starship Entertainment. He did viral marketing internships with collaboration single album called a ‘Beautiful Day’ with Gina and Sanchez from boy group name ‘Phantom’.
Recently he came back to New York and studying Music Business course in Five Towns College.